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Jeopardy Review Game
Characters Identifying Key Events Notable Quotable Characters Fact or Fiction
Characters Identifying Key Events Notable Quotable Characters Fact or Fiction
I am Abigail’s friend who escapes with her. Mercy Lewis
I am the witch expert who came into Salem hoping to help identify the witches. I tried to stand up and do what is right when I realized it was all a hoax. Rev. Hale
At first I accused people of being witches, and then I became afraid and testified that the whole ordeal was a hoax. The problem is no one believed me, so I changed my story again. Mary Warren
I am an older man whose wife is arrested as a witch for reading too much. I am put to death by stones being placed on my chest until I could no longer breathe. Giles Corey
I am the teen-age girl who basically started the Salem witch trials with my accusations. Abigail Williams
I love my wife so much that I will risk public censor in order to save her life John Proctor
I am a bitter woman who lost seven babies in childbirth. Ann Putnam
I am a bitter man who uses the witch trials to my advantage by buying up land from those convicted of being witches Thomas Putnam
I am the head judge of The Salem Witch Trials Danforth
My husband says that my judgmental heart would freeze beer Elizabeth Proctor
Proctor and Elizabeth fight over Proctor seeing Abigail alone Act II
Mary Warren tells the court that Abigail is a fraud. Act III
Mary Warren gives Elizabeth a poppet. Act II
There are riots in Andover. Act IV
Elizabeth hounds John to tell the court that Abigail is a fraud. Act II
John Proctor confesses to committing adultery. Act III
Ruth Putnam has her eyes open but is not awake Act I
Elizabeth Proctor is arrested. Act II
Abigail thrusts a needle in her stomach. Act II
Abigail accuses Tituba of being a witch. Act I
“You are pulling Heaven down and raising up a whore.” John Proctor
“I know how you clutched my back behind your house and sweated like a stallion whenever I came near!” Abigail Williams
“No, no, sir, I don’t truck with no Devil!” Tituba
“He have his goodness now. God forbid I take it from him!” Elizabeth Proctor
“What’ll we do? The village is out! I just come from the farm; the whole country’s talkin’ witchcraft! They’ll be callin’ us witches, Abby!” Mary Warren
“I do not judge you. The magistrate sits in your heart that judges you.” Elizabeth Proctor
“And do you know that near to four hundred are in the jails from Marblehead to Lynn, and upon my signature?” Danforth
“Excellency, it is a natural lie to tell; I beg you, stop now before another is condemned! I may shut my conscience to it no more private vengeance is working through this testimony!” Rev. Hale
“There is no blush about my name.” Abigail Williams
“Mr. Parris, you are a brainless man!” Danforth
The Puritans believed in the existence of witches and the work of the devil. True
McCarthy accused citizens of being witches. FALSE
Communism could be defined as a “witch hunt” of the 1950s. FALSE
Rebecca Nurse is pleased John will not be hung. FALSE
At the beginning of the play, the audience learns that Rev. Parris is a very popular minister. FALSE
Arthur Miller wrote The Crucible in order to point out the danger of McCarthyism. TRUE
The crisis point of the play is when John Proctor yells, “God is dead.” FALSE
In Act II, Mary Warren tells the Proctors that 39 have been arrested. TRUE
At the end of Act III, Hale’s belief in the court system is firm. FALSE
In Act IV, Elizabeth blames only John for his sin of adultery. FALSE
Focus Questions The Crucible: Act I. Focus Questions The Crucible takes place in 1692 in Salem, Massachusetts The protagonist is John Proctor Characters.
The Crucible Double JEOPARDY S2C06 Jeopardy Review.
The Crucible $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 Characters?
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C1 Quotable Quotes C2 Setting C3 Sins and Sinners.
The Crucible Test Review English III CP/HGT 1 st and 2 nd Period.
Parris slave daughter niece Tituba Betty Abigail John Proctor Had an affair Thomas and Ann Putnam daughter Ruth Conjured spirits in the forest Dislike.
The Crucible By Arthur Miller. Preview/Foundation Setting: 1692 in Salem, Massachusetts Point of View: third-person omniscient and first-person Historical.
The Crucible Jeopardy. 2 pt 3 pt 4 pt 5pt 1 pt 2 pt 3 pt 4 pt 5 pt 1 pt 2pt 3 pt 4pt 5 pt 1pt 2pt 3 pt 4 pt 5 pt 1 pt 2 pt 3 pt 4pt 5 pt 1pt Characters.
The Crucible Acts I & II Review Women of Salem Say what? Act I Act IIMen of Salem
1. Who is a sensible man who recognizes hypocrisy?
The red scare Quotes Important Characters Plot and setting Mystery bag
THIS IS Characters True/ False Short Answer Who Said?! Name that Act! Misc.
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THE CRUCIBLE Introduction. Before we begin… In a brief paragraph, tell me about a time you were caught doing something you were not supposed to be doing.
The Crucible Who’s Who. Reverend Samuel Parris Salem’s town minister. The father of Betty Parris and the uncle of Abigail Williams. A greedy, self-centred.
The Crucible An in-depth look at the play. Basic Questions - Characters Who was the old man crushed with stones? Answer: Giles Corey.
Crucible Jeopardy Characters Literary Terms Plot Events Setting McCarthy Trials/Kazan and Miller
Roslynn D. Elom Sept. 22, rd and 4 th period.
The Crucible Character List. Characters Reverend Parris: paranoid minister of Salem Betty Parris: Parris’ daughter, acting bewitched Tituba: Parris’ West.
The Crucible Bellringer #17 9/5/13 1. What does Giles accuse Mr. Putnam of in the beginning of Act III? 2. When Danforth gives John Proctor the offer to.
Conventions of Drama Drama and Fiction share a common set of elements: Plot, Setting, Character, and Theme Dramatic plot are divided into Acts and Scenes.
The Crucible Act III. Martha Corey is on trial It is clear they don’t believe Martha is not a witch – they think everyone accused is guilty Giles disrupts.
THIS IS With Host... Your Character 101 Quotes Witches and Such Goody Who? MiscellaneousSymbolism.
GOOD VS EVIL STUDENTS WILL UNDERSTAND HOW TO EXPLAIN THE NATURE OF GOOD AND EVIL IN ‘THE CRUCIBLE’
Reverend Parris In his 40’s Been Salem’s minister for 3 years Wife is dead Daughter is Betty Parris Niece is Abigail Williams Worried about his reputation.
The Crucible CHARACTERS The Crucible American Literature.
Crucible Reverse Jeopardy Characters Literary Terms Plot Events SettingQuoteSignificance
ACT BY ACT Summaries. SUMMARY- ACT 1 Setting: home of Rev Parris. Parris is praying over Betty who is in a coma. Abigail enters. Susanna says the Doc.
Characterization Judge Hathorne: “This is contempt, sir, contempt!” (182) Judge Hathorne: “This is contempt, sir, contempt!” (182) Deputy Governor Danforth:
The Crucible by Arthur Miller Quotation Log. Act III.
1. How much time has passed since Act I? 8 Days.
The Crucible Act II. Elizabeth urges John to go to Salem to tell the court that Abigail’s story is a hoax. People fear Abigail’s power to accuse them.
Crucible Notes. Miller used actual events to create his works. The Crucible was designed to address artistic/political purposes. First produced on Broadway.
The Crucible List of Characters. Francis Nurse Head of the Nurse family; Respected man in town. Tried to stop the trials by aiding John Proctor.
The Crucible Exam Review Robinson English III. Crucible Jeopardy Puritan Background/ McCarthyism Literary Elements Plot Structure Characterization What.
Jeopardy Lit Dev. Char.Act 1-2Act 3-4 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final Jeopardy Quotes.
Act III & IV Review. As the act opens, who is being interrogated, and on what charge? Martha Corey is being interrogated and is accused of reading fortunes.
The Crucible written by Arthur Miller. Crucible…the definition… 1. A vessel used for melting substances that require a high degree of heat. 2. A severe.
Satan Unleashed… April, 1692: Several young girls in the town of Salem begin accusing people of witchcraft Many of the accusers included Abigail Williams.
The Crucible Act III and IV. The details create a mood that is gloomy and forbidding Abigail threatens Danforth when she says, “Think you be so mighty.
The Crucible Summary of Events. “The Crucible” – Before the Play Several months before the start of the play: 1.Abigail Williams, a teenage girl, works.
Intro Notes. AUTHOR: Arthur Miller DATE: 1952 GENRE: Drama (Play) Historical Fiction POINT OF VIEW: 3 rd person.
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THIS IS With Hosts... Your Name the character Plot Who said it? Why did they say it? EmptyPlot II.
The Crucible - Arthur Miller ARTHUR MILLER » (1915 – 2005) Considered one of the greatest dramatists of the twentieth century The Crucible, All My Sons,
The Crucible Act I Characters. Parris The recently appointed minister in Salem and father of Betty Parris. Parris is dogmatic in his opinions, intolerant.
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